Invitation to a day of Reviving Peace

Last year Plymouth was excited to host a new kind of event: a conference of workshops, worship, and networking with people from across SE Wisconsin of different faiths or no faith affiliations, but all who love justice. It was a revival -- a Day of Inspiration, Education, and Action for Change. Over 150 people attended, with ages ranging from teens to 80's, every part of our church building was activated with powerful discussions and new relationships were built to further good works -- Reviving Justice of 2015 succeed in all goals and we were so grateful.

Beyond proud and joyful, we were also surprised at how many of the attendees asked if we would be "doing this again next year?" And so, we announce and invite you to: Reviving Peace

Join us for worship Sundays at 9:30 a.m.

Plymouth Church UCC
2717 E. Hampshire St
Milwaukee, Wisconsin  53211
(414) 964-1513  map

Our Commitment as a Church

No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here 
to discover meaning in life, to grow in relationship with God, and to serve neighbors near and far.

Upcoming Events September 2016

Take a virtual Tour of Plymouth!
See the sanctuary and Douglas Commons.
Virtual Tour of Plymouth

Plymouth Folk meet at City Hall for the Orlando Vigil one day after the tragedy.

2016 Plymouth UCC Confirmation Class
Read the 2016 Plymouth UCC Confirmation Class Statement:

1965: Rev. David Rohlfing Marches at Selma

It was early morning in March, l965, As pastor of St. Stephan’s UCC, Newark, NJ, I answered a phone call from the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries. Joe Merchant, head of Urban Ministries, had heard from the Rev. Andrew Young, a  UCC clergyperson  and a colleague of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. A major march was being planned from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, to arrive  on March 25. The purpose: support voting rights. Joe was asking for my help gathering UCC and other clergy and lay leaders from Newark, NJ, to join Martin Luther King and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference on the march.  A week or so later, a chartered plane carried the NJ delegation to Montgomery, transferred us to a bus for Selma where we joined the march. Sleeping at the side of the road, eating food offered by area residents, wearing out shoe leather, we marched.   read more...

Justice Sunday, Feb 28, 2016

Erik Koepnick Preaching

Rep. Gwen Moore's Sermon 8/2/2015

Welcome No Matter What